The House of Commons has been debating the Budget today. Just in case you didn't spend your entire Monday watching BBC Parliament, it turns out that the SNP aren't huge fans of George Osborne's latest work.
The House of Commons wasn't too full for this debate...
One of the issues was the increase of the national minimum wage into a so-called 'national living wage'.
Alison Thewliss MP declared in her speech that this country needs "a real Living Wage, not some hastily badged up imitation". She went on to say that the Conservative government should apologise to the Living Wage campaign which led to a noted 'Hear Hear!' from the SNP section of the chamber.
The MP for Glasgow Central had her speech interrupted not once, not twice, not three times, but four times by various Conservative MPs.